NASA Announces Astronaut Crews for First Commercial Vehicle Flights

NASA announces the men and women who will be on board the first flights of the new spaceships built by Boeing and SpaceX when Americans are once again launched into space from the USA.
News release:

The nine astronauts targeted to make the first flights on the Boeing CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon share their thoughts about the assignment and the importance of this new capability to support the International Space Station as part of the nation’s overall space exploration plan.

More about the Commercial Crew Program:

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